Is Hair Transplant Safe For Diabetics?

Is Hair Transplant Safe For Diabetics

Certain diseases indeed prevent people from getting a hair transplant. Even though most people believe you cannot get hair restoration surgery with diabetes, it is possible. They can also recover …

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How You Should Sleep After Hair Transplant Surgery?

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If you’ve had a successful hair transplant surgery, you might have to experience some temporary discomfort. It won’t be possible for you to follow your normal routine and keep doing things the way you did. However, all the changes that you’d have to make will be temporary.

One change is how you sleep. One of the many questions our patients ask us is “how to sleep after hair transplant?” If you’ve thought everything through, this thought must have crossed your mind.

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How You Can Benefit from Turkey UK Quarantine After Hair Transplant?

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As the world is gripped by the second wave of coronavirus, governments have re-imposed restrictions for public health and safety. To stop the rampant spread of the virus, stay-at-home orders are being issued in many countries. Almost a whole year has passed since the fears of coronavirus first brought the collective life of human beings to a standstill.

In times like these, we all need to be careful and not fearful. We can go about our ways, albeit with slight variations, and get the things that we’ve always wanted to be done. You can get hair transplant surgery with Longevita and even benefit from the Turkey UK quarantine in terms of your recovery.

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How to Take Care of Your Donor Area After Hair Transplant?

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With the hair transplant surgery done, the hard part is truly over. However, that shouldn’t undermine the significance of the aftercare process. After hair transplant surgery, normal recovery is crucial to achieving the desired results.

The health of the hair transplant donor area is important in that regard. Strip hair transplants result in a visible wound in the donor area. Many patients who receive FUE hair transplants end up with numerous tiny wounds on the backs of their heads. It is common for patients to be concerned about the appearance of these scars in the donor area of the hair transplant, wondering if they will be able to recover normally.

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The Truth about COVID Hair Loss

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When you think about it, it seems surreal that a 60-140 nanometers (nm) virus has brought the world to its knees. The repercussions of the novel coronavirus have been daunting. Although there much that’s yet to be known about this virus, it’s has caused many problems in those who have been infected by it. Something that many people who have recovered with COVID-19 have noticed is that they start losing their hair. However, what’s causing COVID hair loss and is it permanent? 

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All You Need to Know About Hair Transplant Infection

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Fears of possible infection after a hair transplant surgery are quite common. Almost every surgery has risks associated with it. A surgical site infection (SSI) is the infection that occurs in that area of the body where the surgery takes place. It develops as a result of an incision. Normally, our skin acts as a barrier against pathogens; however, incisions make way for them to gain entry into the body.

These are caused by endogenous and exogenous microorganisms (outside and inside the body). Still, SSIs do not occur that commonly. Their incidence rate is 1% to 3%. As surgical incisions are made in both FUT and FUE hair transplants, they do carry a risk of developing an infection. However, this shouldn’t fill you with any kind of dread. There are many reasons for hair transplant infection.

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Hair Transplant Scabs: Should You Worry About Them?

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Naturally, hair transplant surgery is a scary yet exciting experience. There are so many unknowns that patients end up questioning if something is normal or not most of the time. We do provide general recovery milestones and instructions. Still, the scalp is under extreme scrutiny by the patient so the smallest changes can ring alarm bells.

One such thing is the hair transplant scabs. Many people start fretting over it. Since they don’t go away in a couple of days, people might start believing that it’s a bad sign. However, in this guide, we’ll explore this facet of hair transplant surgery in detail. The good news is that you shouldn’t worry.

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Crown Hair Transplant: Everything You Need to Know

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With age, everyone loses their hair and experiences thinning. Hair loss can occur anywhere on the head. There’s nothing to worry about if you haven’t experienced a significant hair loss in a brief period. However, androgenetic alopecia (AGA) sets in gradually. 

You might only notice the bald spot when it has almost completely set. And if it’s in an area that’s not even visible, you’re likely to detect the bald spot at an even later stage. That’s what can happen with the crown area of the head, also known as the vertex. And for this, many people choose to get a crown hair transplant.

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